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If your ac is running but no air is comming out the vents first check your filters they should be changed in summer time every month winter every other month keep clean for better air flow and to keep your electric bill down if its not blowing cold air you are low on freon if no air is comming out at all turn it off that means it is froze up that usully happens when you turn the thermostat setting to low you really dont want to set below 75 because the compresser never will shut off and it will freez up.

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